Woodstock Farm Sanctuary
These folks used to be in Woodstock and have relocated. I have not yet visited the new sanctuary and plan to soon but the former one had a wonderful group of animals and I saw visitors change their ways after visiting.
Where rescued farm animals live the good life. Goats, turkeys, and more roam free and are cared for by two former film people who used to work with Errol Morris. Free guided tours offered on the weekends.
Admission is by donation. Take a tour of the grounds and interact with rescued farm animals. Visiting hours are on Saturday and Sunday.
“Created in the early 1900s as a way to provide NYC with water, the reservoir is now also a great place to go for walks, bike rides, and incredible views of the Catskill Mountains. If you're lucky, you'll see some of the bald eagles that nest on the shores of the reservoir!”
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“Every Wednesday 3:30-dusk, June through October . Local produce, wood-fired pizza from Bread Alone, Falafels from Aba's, and Nancy's Ice Cream, plus many more, all in one place!”
“This park has many hiking trails, one of which is the trail to the Ice Caves and waterfalls. The caves are a short distance from the start of the trail and worth checking out!”
“Usually we would run in the opposite direction of a sushi/ramen joint in a small strip mall but once you step inside you'll give it a shot. This place has great ambience, delicious food at really good prices. Sit all the way in the back for great views of the Roundout Creek.”
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“The golf course is in walking distance. In the summer it's great spot for golfing, in the winter if its snow covered its a fun place for cross country skiing or snow shoeing (provide your own skis or shoes but its free!)”